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28 Dec

Boy’s bedroom workspace.

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Stylish-boy's-1-bedroom-monochrome-Scandinavian-photo-and styling-by-Geraldine Tan-Little-Big-Bell.jpg Hope you’ve all had a fun Christmas holiday. It was wonderful for me to have time off work to spend with the family.

My son was very lucky this year to receive a laptop computer for Christmas.

I have been wanting to order a String shelving and desk system for his room to create a dedicated work space but it suddenly came to me that I could convert his bedroom shelves (photo above) to a work area.

Work-nook-children's-room-Little-Big-Bell Here it is!

kid's-workspace-nook-Little-Big-Bell The shelves were deep enough to provide adequate desk space and luckily it was at the perfect height for him.

Kid's-workspace-styling-and-photo-by-Little_Big_Bell I decorated his wall with a few postcards, brought over his Anglepoise lamp for work lighting.

Boy's-room-workspace-Little-Big-Bell I was so pleased that M loved his work space. It’s amazing how spaces in the home can be used flexibly, if only one looked hard enough.

It took a laptop computer to inspire me to look. What a great investment, it’s now saved me from spending on an expensive desk system for at least a year or two!

Kid's-workspace-DIY-Little-Big-Bell Here’s the little man himself, enjoying his wonderful gift from Santa.

Hoe you’ve enjoyed this post, have a wonderful start to your week!

  1. I really love this. Its amazing how a small space can make a big statement. Kids grow fast, maybe later you can invest in something more sophisticated. Great job!.

  2. Oh what a smart move! Such a useful and fun corner! Love the details in the styling plus the life and Lemons postcard looks great here! 🙂
    Happy New week!
    XO Laura

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